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The YoPro Know named Chamber Small Business of the Year

GREENVILLE, S.C.—The YoPro Know has been named the Greenville Chamber’s Small Business of the Year for 2022.


Furman University graduate Kamber Parker founded the YoPro Know in 2019 as a way to connect with and serve young professionals looking to get more out of their careers than previous generations. The virtual platform has reached a global audience by sharing personal and professional struggles and success stories of YoPros, young professionals in their twenties and thirties who work in various industries across the country.


In 2021, The YoPro Know expanded to adding consulting services specializing in helping businesses increase their young professional recruitment, engagement, and retention efforts, Parker said.


The YoPro Know draws on an exclusive knowledge base of direct experience and expansive research through 1,000 plus interviews and 30,000 plus hours of content curated from young professionals across the country, in more than 64 industries, and all career stages.


“We’re honored to have been named the Greenville Chamber’s Small Business of the Year,” Parker said. “To earn this ward as a young professional is wonderful, but I didn’t do this alone. A large part is due to the mentors and relationships I’ve built here in Greenville.”

About The YoPro Know:


The YoPro Know’s mission is to help businesses develop the future leaders of our workforce through research, education, and recruiting and retention consulting. Based in Greenville, S.C. with a national community, The YoPro Know promotes success in the workplace by being a bridge between ambitious young professionals and progressive businesses who want to recruit, engage and retain the. Learn more at www.yoproknow.com.


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